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2001 996 Satellite Radio installation

Electrical and Electronic

Vehicle Information: Model: 996; Year: 2000; Body Type: Cabriolet; Total Mileage: 65000;

Joel,As long as you're expanding the subject of satellite radio hookup:The pre-MOS Becker units (specifically, in my case, the CDR-220) have an AUX input in the rear. This is by far the superior way to input satellite, Ipods, etc, with no modulators or interference. Becker USA sells the cable for a nominal $10-12, along with instructions for programming the radio to cycle through AUX when the "S" button is pressed.KWOn May 2, 2007, at 10:00 AM, do-not-reply@pca.org> do-not-reply@pca.org> wrote:You are subscribed to the 911 (1995-2005) incl. Cup from the PCA.org Technical Q&A SectionClassification: Electrical and ElectronicSubject: SAT RADIO INSTALLATION ON 2001Model: 996 ttYear: 2001Total Mileage: 31000Car Use: Street use onlyQuestion:ON SAT RADIO INSTALLATION, I HAVE DONE THIS IN THE PAST FOUR YEARS ON AT LEAST 5 DIFFERENT PORSCHES, THERE IS A SPECIAL MODULATOR THAT MUST BE PURCHASED AND INSTALLED FOR THE SAT RADIO TO RECEIVE AND BROADCAST WITHIN THE PORSCHE SYSTEM. ANY QUALITY SHOP THAT SELLS THE SAT RADIOS CAN PROVIDE THIS ITEM FOR YOU. I BELIEVE THE COST TO BE LESS THAN $30.00 US .Answer:Thanks, I will pass that along to the other member. Joel Reiser - PCA WebSite - 5/2/2007

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